- Created: Thursday, 21 December 2017 15:43
Are your Wireless Access Points protected from KRACK threats?
KRACK (Key Reinstallation Attacks) is a security vulnerability that targets a key step in the Wi-Fi authentication protocol to break security encryption. These vulnerabilities could enable a proximate attacker (within Wi-Fi range of both the client device and the access point) to access and tamper with Wi-Fi packets over connections that are protected by WPA/WPA2 encryption.
KRACK may affect computers, mobile phones, and other IoT devices running both Android and Windows operating systems. If your device supports Wi-Fi, it is most likely affected.
RedLine Solutions' vendors have released patches for affected products that are still supported. It is highly recommended that you evaluate and update your stock of Wi-Fi mobile computers and printers as soon as possible.
For more information and links to patches from our vendors, please follow the links below.
IMPORTANT: If you purchased a Zebra or Motorola Access Point (Wing or Wing Express) this business was purchased by Extreme Networks. Please look in the Extreme networks area below for suitable patches for these devices.
Extreme Networks - (This area may also include patches for Zebra, Motorola, Wing or Wing Express)
Need assistance? We’re happy to help! Please contact our support team who can assist in making sure your equipment is protected. For more extensive troubleshooting or on-site support, we can quote you on a time and materials basis. Please call us at 888-801-2039 or email email@example.com.